Skip to main content

About your Search

20130201
20130228
STATION
CSPAN 4
CSPAN2 4
FBC 3
KGO (ABC) 2
WJLA (ABC) 2
WMAR (ABC) 2
WUSA (CBS) 2
KNTV (NBC) 1
WTTG 1
LANGUAGE
English 22
Search Results 0 to 21 of about 22 (some duplicates have been removed)
school for the tennessee school for the deaf in knoxville. our administration's three budgets have certainly supported our commitment to public education, but i also think it's important to note that we're not just throwing money at it. dollars alone don't lead to improvement. there has to be a plan. along with strategic investments, we're pursuing real reform in education that is producing results. we've addressed tenure so that a principal doesn't have to decide after three years to either fire a teacher or grant tenure. there is now a five year time period for the principal to use data more effectively to assess a teacher's performance and then allow time to give that teacher the additional support that he or she needs to improve to earn tenure. we've expanded charter schools to eliminate the cap on the number that we can have in tennessee and to offer more students the opportunity to attend a charter school. this year we're proposing to offer another option for school choice through a program to allow low-income students in our lowest performing schools a chance to receive a be
. >> one of your friends told my colleague, the former mayor of knoxville, victor ashe, a prominent republican, he said -- he certainly is someone who 2016 to be considered as a running mate for somebody. would you be on a ticket for somebody? >> i can honestly tell you i have zero plans. i love my job. i did not run for governor thinking that. >> your party going forward, the democrats lost three consecutive residential elections and then finally bill clinton and some southerners got them on a more centrist posture. do you think your party needs something akin to what the doc did for democrats in the 1980's? know if i would say that. what our party needs is somebody that can show proven result. i would stand by governors because they have to do that all the time. we have to show that we understand the things that people do care about. one of the differences i have learned being governor and i campaigned for almost two years to get this job, people and political environments yell the loudest, it is not necessarily what the person at the rotary club where the mother cares about. romn
and for the second year in a row, knoxville, tennessee, is number one. [ laughter ] people in knoxville bought more romance novels and adult toys per capita than any other city. which means they are either the most romantic or have the most horny
in the northern rockies and da coat kas. a couple of inch of snow from cincinnati to knoxville. >>> back to the super bowl. go ahead, sunny. >> we have our beads on here, a nod to sunday's game in new orleans. it's fair to assume that more than 110 million americans, we will watch, right? the super boll. >> can you tell i'm in the spirit. ferkt the xs and os. the showdown is all in the family, as abc's karen travers reports. >> reporter: the super baugh. the harbowl. even the bro bowl. whatever you call it, it's a super bowl first. on one sideline, the baltimore ravens. led by head coach john harbaugh. on the other, the san francisco 49ers, led by head coach jim harbaugh. two brothers, squaring off for football's biggest prize. >> the team that we're going play is a great football team. they're extremely well coached. >> doesn't matter who the coach is. what -- what relationship you have with someone on the opposite side. you're trying to beat them, so -- that will be my approach. >> reporter: john, good-natured and confident. jim, emotional and intense. they're just 15 months apart. gro
want to show you where the rain is. roanoke to knoxville to raleigh. that's where the storm is coming from and where it will head. it's going to be a southern storm that will move off the carolina coast. the problem is we don't have a lot of cold air. temperatures are still well above freezing, even north and west of town. still 41 in leesburg. 42 downtown. 37 in gaithersburg. i'm not buying that 30 in frederick. i suppose it's possible, but 35 in hagerstown and 34 all the way out in cumberland. so no one, very few folks will get below freezing tonight. so the storm is certainly not worthy -- scale of one to ten, we'll give it a one. because any time you have a little bit of snow falling toward the evening, toward rush hour, it's not a good combination. but the roads will not be snow- covered. it will just be wet. mostly cloudy to start. temperatures 34 to 32. we'll come back and show youaccumulations and where the best chance to see covering on the ground or perhaps a few roads in a minute. >>> tonight, we watched as the massive manhunt for former police officer christopher dorner ca
worker was killed when a tire blew up in his face. sky fox over the scene in the 1400 block of knoxville and he was filling an industrial tractor tire when it exploded and he died on the scene. >>> the husband of a pregnant woman killed in a reston apartment this week has been found dead in texas outside of san antonio. the 38-year-old jennifer pearson was found monday morning after the fire in reston. investigators say that she had knife or gun shot wounds to her upper body. her husband was found dead yesterday in banner didda county, texas, of an apparent suicide. the fairfax county police don't believe whether he -- haven't said whether he killed his wife in reston, they say they're not searching for suspects. >>> a four-year-old girl pulled from a burning house in southeast over the weekend died. it happened along 33rd street here at 3:00 in the morning on sunday. four adults and a toddler escaped the fire. firefighters rescued the four- year-old samari jenkins. she died yesterday. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >>> and coming up, the search for survivors continues aft
on an audience of the 1982 world's fair in knoxville tennessee it was a complete success. one year later the company rolled out diet cherry coke and added coca-cola cherry zero in 2007 with a net income o 48 billion. coca-cola offers more than 500 brands in 200 countries, ranking tenth among all soft-drink products. a long time soda fountain favorite introduced today, february 19, 28 years ago today. and still coming up later, my "2 cents more" on the post office two weeks after its announcement killing saturday mail you'll never guess what they're up to now. unbelievable. important information about your retirement. you could be eligible for a major money-savingove. we are. gerri: next. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. overmany discounts to thine customs! [old english accent] safe driver, multi-car, paid in full -- a most fulsome bounty indeed, lord jamie thou cometh and we thy saveth! what are you doing? we doth offer so many discounts, we have some to spare. oh, you have any of those homeowners
into the tennessee valley, more of a rain-snow mix expected in places like knoxville. look at how much cooler it's getting already. 31 in chicago. we'll be at 67 in orlando. enjoy that, because by the weekend temperatures continue to go down. here's your saturday forecast. looking at some snow for the appalachians, possibly. it's going to be minor. then all the way down into the great smoky mountains of tennessee and north georgia, may see half an inch to even an inch of accumulation if we can get that in the morning on saturday. then we warm things up a bit in the afternoons. so we'll be above freezing, especially sunday at noon at 45. then we see the next system come into the northwest. more rain on the way for seattle. this storm will track across the northern part of the country by early nexteek. preliminary spread snow into the high plains here. temperatures stay on the chilly side for the northern part of the country. and we'll see temperatures slowly climb in the southeast getting up to 63 on tuesday in atlanta after a very chilly weekend. we've got more rain pushing through as well. you
lakes. a few inches from cincinnati to knoxville. and around washington, d.c. biting cold day across the dakota and midwest. snow in the northern rockies. around boise, seattle and portland. >> in the pacific north west is 0, twin cities, and, indianapolis, sunny to the northeast. god bless america. >>> it's water, i swear. [ laughter ] >> welcome back. many people who wear glasses know all too well, uh-huh. that they can get pretty pricey. but just how much would you pay to dress up your eyes? >> take a look. >> i was going to do that. >> laone of a kind designer spe, diamond and 18 karat gold. the price tag, shy of $50,000. i love them. i need them. >> look at those things. the glasses are part of a traveling cartier collection in palm beach, florida. looking to spend a little less, the cheapest pair in the collection, cheapest will run you $13,000. >> i need them. i love them. hello, glasses. >> cartier glasses. you don't need the cartier glasses. >> i need them. i want them. >> oh, just need your grey goose, you will be fine, and your yellow tail. there you go. coming up -- super
have to tell you people from knoxville tennessee are looking and thinking where are the curtains? everybody can see inside. this is the way manhattan is. folks, a lot of people don't have curtains. they want to see the view. and people are too busy to be looking into your windows. but that is stunning. sandra: it is stunning. here's a quick glimpse of the kitchen, not bad. you know, it is pretty spacious. i mean gosh if you are looking -- if you are used to looking at new york city apartments, this is a full refrigerator. you see a lot of mini refrigerators. full oven. it is all the nice stuff, liz. liz: a lot of people store their shoes in the oven for those of you who don't understand the manhattan world. offer 1.7 then the guy comes down and then you take like 1.9. it's a crazy market in new york city. thanks for opening that window into that world, sandra. definitely a buyers -- not the buyers market, the sellers market. the closing bell ringing in 29 minutes. we're still seeing double digit gains here. so as we continue with the real estate theme here, homebuilders, real hom
. it was all kind of ad hoc. shortly after they tested on an audience of the 1982 world's fair in knoxville tennessee it was a complete success. one year later the company rolled out diet cherry coke and added coca-cola cherry zero in 2007 with a net income of 48 billion. coca-cola offers more than 500 brands in 200 countries, ranking tenth among all soft-drink products. a long time soda fountain favorite introduced today, february 19, 28 years ago today. and still coming up later, my "2 cents more" on the post office two weeks after its announcement killing saturday mail. you'll never guess what they're up to now. unbelievable. important information about your retirement. you could be eligible for a major money-saving move. we are. gerri: next. @% gerri: the president putting new options on the table for you and your retirement. should you buy? real looking of for you and your money in ten minutes. gerri: a fox business alert for you. cool is hitting a new record. the stock price topping $800 for the first time today, closing near 807. the milestone comes near it five years after the initi
. >> stephanie: all right. susan in knoxville tennessee. >> technical dufusness. >> stephanie: susan in knoxville about the big gulp. poor howard dean was mocked endlessly. can we call this the marco's waterloo. >> they do have a dehydrating effect. >> stephanie: okay. let's go to terrell in south dakota. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi terrell. >> caller: hi. >> stephanie: go ahead. >> caller: why was boehner looking so mad last night? he looked like he wanted to slap him behind the neck and say shut up. >> stephanie: he always looks dissatisfied. that's why he was drinking. >> stephanie: prove to me it wasn't bourbon and coke. julie in seattle said it looked like tavern takeout. you know what? if you can't be in the tavern, bring the tavern to you. he brought the taf ton the state of the union and why not. we were saying jacki was asking yesterday, what's our drinking game? they were the drinking -- they were a drinking game. >> they drank for us. >> stephanie: exactly. let's dive into the right-wing world. marco rubio -- krauthammer. >> so much of it is upsetting as you said. rnc, yo
, there are 20. >> one of your friends told my colleague, the former mayor of knoxville, victor ashe, a prominent republican, he said -- he certainly is someone who 2016 to be considered as a running mate for somebody. would you be on a ticket for somebody? >> i can honestly tell you i have zero plans. i love my job. i did not run for governor thinking that. >> your party going forward, the democrats lost three consecutive residential elections and then finally bill clinton and some southerners got them on a more centrist posture. do you think your party needs something akin to what the doc did for democrats in the 1980's? >> i don't know if i would say that. what our party needs is somebody that can show proven result. i would stand by governors because they have to do that all the time. we have to show that we understand the things that people do care about. one of the differences i have learned being governor and i campaigned for almost two years to get this job, people and political environments yell the loudest, it is not necessarily what the person at the rotary club where the mother cares
brown to knoxville college, columbia, university of pennsylvania, and currently at georgetown university. [applause] >> at georgetown university in 2011, he received wide attention for the course he taught there called "the sociology of hip-hop." jay-z. his exceptional work has earned him the american book award and the naacp image award for outstanding literary work, twice. dr. michael eric dyson is a literary genius who can write about any subject, such as the late civil rights leader malcolm x, and martin luther king, reflections on hip-hop, debating race. the hurricane katrina catastrophe. if you turn your tv on, you can often finds dr. dyson on virtually every major media outlet, including today show, nightline, o'riley factor, the colbert report, and even rap city and depoetry jam. he is a contributing editor to time magazine hosts an hour long news talk program on npr called "the michael eric dyson show." join me in welcoming our commentator, dr. michael eric dyson. [applause] >> thank you, president-elect armstrong. senator for that very gracious introduction. it's an honor to be
kentucky, and i lived down here in knoxville, tennessee. what i can't understand, why the government -- they talk about stuff and they do not try to help people. they pass laws to hurt people. the company that i worked for, peabody, they are filing chapter 11 and trying to put me out of my insurance card, my pension, everything. i am fighting for it. last year they gave every one of their executives $6 million bonus apiece. they have the money to pay our insurance and stuff, they just refuse to do it, and they are shipping coal to russia and china. i can understand why the government puts up with this stuff like this, let's this stuff go on. they keep passing laws like that trying to help people. they have not helped people since the reagan administration. have gone downhill ever since. ever since he did away with airline controllers, everything has gone downhill. it is just like coal. all your coal moves out to the east coast, north, and the only reason we are talking about coal is because coal is coming down from the unit -- coal is coming down to the united states from canada. hos
reminded of that home on the time. >> one of your friends told my colleague, the mayor of knoxville, a prominent republican. he is certainly someone who is a running mate for somebody. more broadly about your party, going forward, the democrats lost three consecutive presidential elections. can you talk about that? >> i don't know if i would say that our party needs someone who can show proven results. we have to show the things that people do really care about. it is not necessarily what those folks care about. but governor romney, he was an accomplished politician. he turned around salt lake city olympics. he was someone who was a respected business leader. >> i think you have to look at the difference between how it was a policy and plots his feet velocipede. >> i think i just broke a chair, sorry about that. >> that's okay. [laughter] >> mitt romney won tennessee by 17 or so, then he won north carolina close. here's the difference. in tennessee, neither party engage. we did not see a national advertisement the whole time. my argument would be, you see the impact. >> obama thinki
administrators from houston, indianapolis and knoxville, tennessee. >> now, a hearing on the e-verify policeman, the internet-based system that allows employers to verify the immigrant status of legal workers. this is an hour and a half. >> how e-verify works and how it benefits american employers and workers. welcome to all of our witnesses. on behalf of all of us, we apologize for the fact that you were waiting on us. we had votes, and it's unavoidable. so the subcommittee on immigration and border security will come to order. without objection, the chair's authorized to declare recesses of the committee at any time, and again, we welcome all of our witnesses in the interest of time and because you have been waiting on us, i am going to make my statement part of the record so we can get to your testimony quicker. and with that, i am going the to recognize the ranking member, the gentlelady from california. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i will also make my statement part of the record and simply note that e-verify can only work if we reform the immigration system, otherwise we're just finding ou
to knoxville college, columbia, university of pennsylvania. and georgetown university. at georgetown university in 2011 he received wide attention for the course he taught, sociology of hip-hop. his exceptional work has earned him the american book award and the naacp college award for outstanding literature, literary work twice. dr. michael eric dyson is a literary genius who can write about any subject such as the late civil-rights leader malcolm x and martin luther king, reflections on hip-hop, debating raise, the hurricane katrina catastrophe, if you turn your t b on uconn also find dr. dyson on virtually every major media outlets including today's show. and the o'reilly factor. and even wrapped city and he is a contributing editor to time magazine and has a post in an hour-long news program on npr. called the michael eric dyson show. nbc -- nbcsl, join me in welcoming our commentator, dr. michael eric dyson. [applause] >> thank you, president elect armstrong for that very gracious introduction. it is an honor to talk about this very serious matter. and institutional racism and dismantle in
Search Results 0 to 21 of about 22 (some duplicates have been removed)